Three professors in the McKetta Department of Chemical Engineering at the University of Texas at Austin will be recognized for their outstanding contributions to their field by the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) at the 2019 AIChE Annual Meeting in Orlando, FL, November 10-15, 2019.
Dr. Delia Milliron is passionate about clean energy and the enormous potential of nanoscience to address and solve energy challenges. Milliron, the T. Brockett Hudson Professor in Chemical Engineering at the McKetta Department of Chemical Engineering at UT, has been tracked as a rising star in nanoscience since her early work pioneering electrochromic “smart window”… Read the rest »
Catherine Masoud and Bill Wheatle have jointly won TA of the Year and will each be awarded the Paige H. and J. Jeff Weidner Endowed Presidential Fellowship in Chemical Engineering for their outstanding work in the past year.
Catherine was the TA for CHE 348, Numerical Methods with Dr. Lea Hildebrandt Ruiz for both Fall … Read the rest »
Grant Willson may be retiring from teaching this year, but it’s clear his lasting legacy will be one of impacting a generation of students and researchers. On June 7, more than a hundred former students and colleagues gathered on the UT campus for a day-long retrospective celebration of Willson’s career, achievements, and friendships fostered along … Read the rest »
The end of the academic school year is an opportunity to celebrate the best-of-the-best when it comes to educators and tutors. In May, the department recognized two outstanding teachers and one teaching assistant.
The TEAChE Award was established to recognize and honor ongoing excellence in undergraduate teaching in the McKetta Department of Chemical Engineering. The … Read the rest »
Friday, May 10, 2019, marks the UT Remembers annual memorial program, a time for us to reflect on the contributions made by two inspiring former professors that Texas ChE lost in the last year: Eugene H. Wissler and John J. McKetta Jr. These great educators impacted not only their respective fields, but their students, their … Read the rest »